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    Default DIY Camo Dip Kits

    Curious if anyone has tried one of these DIY dipping kits:

    CamoDipKit.com

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    Anyone?????

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    I've had items done professionally, the difference is in the top coat. Hydro printing is really not that hard but a automotive clear coat to protect it takes equipment and materials you don't have. It's relatively inexpensive to have it done... I had a gun stock done for $75.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milletro View Post
    I've had items done professionally, the difference is in the top coat. Hydro printing is really not that hard but a automotive clear coat to protect it takes equipment and materials you don't have. It's relatively inexpensive to have it done... I had a gun stock done for $75.
    Good info, always wondered about that as it did not seem that tough. Top coat explains the difference. Thanks for the input.
    Nate Baxter, DVM
    Clarksville, OH

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    I got one of their $59 starter kits... will keep you posted.

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